Years before attending the bootcamp and switching to a career in data science, Metis graduate Sami Ahmed was focused on music. He studied film scoring and music business in college and worked as a musician, mostly composing for commercial media. Read how (and why) he made the transition to data science.
Variance is all around us. It impacts every decision and outcome; but unless we go out of our way to envision, it often passes by unnoticed until it’s too late. In this post, Data Scientist Tony Yiu explores how failing to recognize the role of variance in outcomes often blinds us to the true state of the world.
Michael Galvin, Executive Director of Analytics at Kaplan, wrote an article for Training Industry Magazine on the most important data and analytics capabilities for today's companies. What are the top 3? Find out here.
In a book published last week, read interviews with two Metis team members – Chief Data Scientist Debbie Berebichez and Data Scientist Alice Zhao – about their experiences as mothers and data scientists.
For much of his career, Leon Rosenstein’s primary working goal has been to stay one step ahead of those seeking to do digital harm. Read how his time in the bootcamp helped him expand and evolve his career trajectory, fuzing his interests in data science and online security.
Over the past six years, we have built robust local communities around our Data Science Bootcamp campuses in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle (which we closed in December). We have been proud to call these cities home, and the countless relationships we've built within the local data science ...
This is Vickie Chan’s second time working at Fitch Ratings, one of the largest credit rating agencies in the United States. The first time exposed her to data science; now, she is a Data Scientist. Read how the bootcamp helped her make the transition.